How to start

Mission Statement

TNT is a family and a gym. We are all about people implementing a small step in the right direction, today not tomorrow. If you want bells, whistles, and fancy saunas we are not for you. We guide people towards being 1% better through highly varied, functional movements, executed at relatively high intensity. We change lives through education and caring. We will teach you, encourage you, and provide tough love when needed. Our main objective is for our clients to be energetic, capable, and independent when they are 90 years old.

TNT Rules

1. Language  

We are positive, encouraging, and honest. We try our best to lift ourselves and others up. This community is more important than the exercises we perform. Negativity and gossip will not be tolerated at TNT Fitness.

2. Leave the gym better than you found it.

 An organized gym is a safe gym. Wipe down the equipment that you have used. Put back all the weights and equipment that you have used in the session. When all your stuff is put away, help someone else out. 

3. Coaching, coaching, coaching.

This is what you are here for and what you pay for. The coaches have your best intentions in mind, listen to them. If you fail to follow the coach's direction then you are putting yourself and other clients in danger. Adding weight is easy, reversing an injury is hard. Also, members don’t coach other members.

4. Move like you care.

We don’t care how much you lifted. We don’t care what your time was. We care that you move as well as possible. We care that you challenge your own comfort level to an appropriate degree.

5. Pain is not weakness leaving the body.

You are encouraged to push your comfort zone. Breathing hard, fast-beating heart, and the feeling of muscle “burn” leads to progress. Doing any movement that causes sharp pain, tingling, or similar discomfort is not only discouraged, but it’s also prohibited. Tell the coach about it and they’ll give you another movement for the workout.

6. Respect the timeline.

All sessions start in a timely manner. If you are late, the coach will give you a special warm-up assignment. This is not a penalty. It’s a safety precaution to make sure you are ready to train. All sessions run on a tight timeline. Please don’t distract from coaches' briefings and instructions. Important information will be missed and the training quality decreased.


Love this place! Amazing workouts, great community...they accommodate all fitness levels! The hardest part is working up the courage to walk through the door for the first’ll instantly hook you once you do! 

 - Susan S


Monday-5:00AM - 7:30PM
Tuesday-5:00AM - 7:30PM
Wednesday-5:00AM - 7:00PM
Thursday-5:00AM - 7:00PM
Friday-5:00AM - 5:30PM
Saturday-8:00AM - 11:00PM
Sunday-8:30AM - 10:30AM


How to start at TNT?

Step 1: Sit down with a coach for a free 30 minute “No Sweat Intro”.

You will schedule a day and time to come to TNT with one of our coaches and get a tour of the facility, discuss your goals and talk one on one about your unique personal fitness/injury history. At TNT, we don’t have a cookie cutter approach to fitness because your goals and needs are different just like all our members are as well. During the “No Sweat Intro” your coach will tell a brief history about TNT and explain to you all of the program choices. This way your personal coaches can help lead you in the best direction for your fitness goals.

We have a lot of options available for you:

Personal training: 30 minutes or 60 minute sessions

CrossFit group class: 60 minutes

Swift Boot Camp group class: 30 minutes

Olympic weightlifting: 60 minutes

Habit-based nutrition coaching

To schedule your 30 minute “No Sweat Intro” email or call 636-328-3701

Step 2: Personal Training.

Once you have finished your free “No Sweat Intro” your coach will be able to prescribe the best route for you. All new members start by going through personal training sessions until you have demonstrated the ability to perform our foundational movements safely.

We have a list of our most common movements that each trainee need to show proficiency in before increasing the intensity.

On average a new member will need anywhere between 3-5 hours of personal training to join our CrossFit group class. This is based on each individual and some might need 5 hours or more.

We have movements that you will have to safely perform in order to join CrossFit classes. You and your personal coach will go through this on-boarding process from start to finish together.

Please note that our Swift classes do not use any heavy barbell lifting, therefore; it is not required to do personal training before joining. Though it is always an option if requested.

Why can’t I join CrossFit right away?

In our CrossFit group class we do a wide variety of lifting and bodyweight movements. Being proficient in these is vital to ensure that our training environment is safe. We lift weight overhead, we drop barbells (safely) and we go upside down. Our one on one personal training will bring you up to speed in proper body weight movements and lifting. It is vital to longevity and this is non negotiable.

Why is the personal training more expensive than the group classes?

Personal training gives you the attention that’s needed at the beginning stages. One on one training with a full time fitness coach has a premium and it’s 100% worth it because you will get serious results with personal attention to detail.

How do you know when a client is ready to join the group class?

We have a set list of movements that each person needs to be proficient in before joining the group. The coaches will give you feedback on how you are progressing and how many sessions it will take. This is very dependent on the athlete’s ability.

I’ve done the no sweat intro but I still want to try a workout before committing to personal training, what do I do?

We do on some occasions offer free workouts such as ‘Bring A Friend Day’s’ that you can participate in. You can purchase individual visits to our Swift class if you aren't ready to sign up for a monthly membership. 

Swift Boot Camp Questions

Is this a CrossFit class?

Yes and NO, we will do functional movements such as squatting, running, lifting, and etc. We will do higher intensity work such as short workouts, intervals, and etc. The workouts will change daily to keep things fresh and exciting. Swift does not have high skill gymnastics movements, heavy lifting, and olympic lifts. These require more time and we are looking to get a fast and effective workout done.

Do I have to be fit to take a Swift class?

The class is beginner friendly. All movements can be modified and scaled. The coaches will have several ways to make the workouts more or less challenging depending on your needs and goals.

What does a class look like?

The class is 30 min long. Each class will start with a general warm-up to make sure you are ready to increase the intensity. The next part of the workout will be technique work. The coach will help you get the movements right that will be done in today’s workout. The group will then do the daily workout. After the workout there will be a short cool down work or a little bit of accessory work depending on what the focus of the day is.

Do you have long term contracts?

No. We only require a 30 day cancellation notice.